The Mayo Clinic recently admitted on their website that “Hydroxychloroquine may be used to treat coronavirus (COVID-19) in certain hospitalized patients.”
Their site was updated with the new endorsement on Sunday.
However less than 48 hours later, the page has been replaced with a statement that reads “Hydroxychloroquine is not recommended as a treatment for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). ”
Here’s what the Mayo Clinic originally showed on its site:
Now here’s the update:
Per Town Hall:
The Mayo Clinic pulled information off its website this week after a former Trump official highlighted what it said about hydroxychloroquine’s use to treat COVID-19.
“From Mayo Clinic website grudging admission of glaring truth: ‘Hydroxychloroquine may be used to treat coronavirus (COVID-19) in certain hospitalized patients,’” said Peter Navarro, former director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy on X. For those “who spread lies about hydroxy, this one’s for u.”
The information listed on the website at the time of his post was then picked up by others on social media.
One day after Mayo Clinic's endorsement of Hydroxychloroquine was highlighted here, they scrubbed the page, deleted the URL and are forwarding to a "safe" page.— zerohedge (@zerohedge) September 27, 2023
See for yourselves
Page as it is now: https://t.co/anzWt9Y5xY
And on Sept 25: https://t.co/T3yBCPKslm https://t.co/sFtXiCnQgG pic.twitter.com/mBPfQsiVKm